Join the Knights of Columbus for dinner and a special evening of entertainment on Saturday, February 23 from 5:30 to 9:30 pm featuring the comedy of local radio Rhode Island personality, David Kane. Doors at the K of C Hall in Mattapoisett will open at 5:30 pm for a community social hour and cash bar followed by a Chicken Parmesan dinner at 6:30 pm and show to follow. Dinner includes chicken parmesan, salad, garlic bread, coffee and dessert.
Kane, who describes his humor as “schticky stuff,” is promising lots of fun in a show that mixes stand-up comedy with interactive games with audience members. “We try to make it a good time and have everyone leave with a good feeling,” he says.
Kane has been a radio personality as well as performer in the Rhode Island area for most of his life. He lives in Johnston. Kane is well-known regionally for creating the character of Father Misgivings, an Irish Catholic priest. In this one man play, which Kane describes as featuring “blessings, Blarney, belly laughs and Bingo,” the character of Father Misgivings tells stories and relates his views about the idiosyncrasies of growing up and living life as a Roman Catholic.
Tickets are $20 each and can be reserved by calling Clay King at 508-758-6401 or Jim Alfres at 508-863-3496. The proceeds are to benefit Knights of Columbus local charities.